Firbank Grammar School

Firbank Grammar School

4.7
(10)
Vacancy info not available
7:00AM - 6:00PM

About Firbank Grammar School

In 2019 Firbank celebrated its 110 year anniversary with year long Celebrations. Firbank was established in 1909 as a day and boarding school for girls, by the Anglican Archbishop of Melbourne, Henry Lowther Clarke, when he was left a legacy for ‘educational purposes’.

He purchased the property, Gawsworth, which stretched between Outer and Middle Crescents and established a school for girls. The School was named after his birthplace in Westmorland, England. He gave the School his crest as Archbishop and chose the motto, Vincit qui se vincit (One conquers who conquers oneself).

Getting to Firbank Grammar School

24 Middle Crescent, Brighton

Opening hours

MONDAY - FRIDAY
7:00AM - 6:00PM

Firbank Grammar School Reviews

4.7
(10)
  • Mu Hannah - 9 months ago

    Perfect school to send your daughter to, also has co-Ed primary school.

  • Kaimana May - 11 months ago

    Took a wonderful tour of this campus. Seems to have a great history of education and development for the young through the teenage years. Academics seems to be above average and fairly challenging to the students. Well worth considering. . . . .

ACECQA nqs rating
Exceeding NQS

Brighton suburb information

Brighton is a suburb located in Victoria. There are approximately 23 child care centres in Brighton and fees are above the national average.

Average cost per day

$155

Baby

0-12 Months

$155

Toddler

13-24 Months

$134

Kindergarten

2-3 Years

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NQS rating & quality

Brighton
National Average
0%17%
43%49%
48%28%
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